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The Ship that Started a Nation

By (author) Rebecca Siegel
Illustrated by Michael Lauritano, Mike Love
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Aurum Press, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: words & pictures
Published: 18th Aug 2020
Dimensions: w 222mm h 295mm
Interest age: From 7 to 11 years
ISBN-10: 0711248257
ISBN-13: 9780711248250
Barcode No: 9780711248250
Join the Pilgrims on their perilous journey across the ocean, as they start a new life in North America. This stunning book marks the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's voyage, with edge-to-edge illustrated scenes, interspersed with detailed maps, inventories and cutaways, along with engaging, narrative text to make this a history book to treasure and pour over time and again. Learn about the perilous journey, the crew and passengers, the cargo on board and what happened when they finally dropped anchor in Cape Cod. Meet the Wampanoag people and learn about how the Pilgrims' arrival changed their way of life. Atmospheric artwork and detailed scenes will spark your imagination as you discover the amazing true story behind the birth of a nation. Find out as if you were there: Who were the Pilgrims? Why did they want to leave England? Why was the journey so perilous? What was the Mayflower Compact? Who are the Wampanoag? How did the Pilgrims interact with the Wampanoag? What happened at the first Thanksgiving? What became of the Mayflower? This fact-packed children's book includes a comprehensive timeline of events, an author's note, plus a glossary and ideas for further learning.

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